Italian railway goes green with hydrogen

Italy’s Apennine railway, linking Sansepolcro and Sulmona, is being converted to green hydrogen – and it could be the first of many Italian railways to run purely on the clean fuel.

Iberdrola and AECOM are behind the effort that will focus on fully decarbonising the 300km long track which is currently used by old diesel locomotives.

Having signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Tuesday (August 24), the duo will also look at converting the Ferrovia dei Due Mare (two seas railway) to green hydrogen.

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